MSc. Kilian Kuhla

Doctoral Researcher

Kilian Kuhla is a doctoral researcher in Research Department 4 - Complexity Science. He is member of the working group Numerical analysis of global economic impacts and co-developer of acclimate.


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
T +49 (0)331 288 20749
P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam


since 2017
PhD student
with Prof. Dr. Anders Levermann
at Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research
2017 - 2021
PhD scholarship
awarded by Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes
2016 - 2017
Research assistant
with Dr. Katja Frieler
at Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research
M.Sc. in physics
on "Propagation of non-classical light in a combined quantum dot-waveguide system"
with Prof. Dr. Andreas Knorr
at Technical University of Berlin , Germany
Studies of physics
at Technical University of Berlin, Germany

R. Middelanis, S.N. Willner, C. Otto, K. Kuhla, L. Quante, A. Levermann
Wave-like global economic ripple response to Hurricane Sandy

Enviromental Research Letters  (in press).

K. Kuhla, S.N. Willner, C. Otto, T. Geiger, A. Levermann
Ripple resonance amplifies economic welfare loss from weather extremes

Enviromental Research Letters  16 (2021).

K. Kuhla, S.N. Willner, C. Otto, L. Wenz, A. Levermann
Future heat stress to reduce people's purchasing power

PLoS one 16(6) (2021).

L. Wenz, A. Levermann, S.N. Willner, C. Otto, K. Kuhla
Brexit no-trade-deal scenario: short-term consumer benefit at the expense of long-term economic development

PLoS one 15 (2020).